September 2016


SIGNAL September 2016INTELLIGENCE
NGA Turns The Clock Forward on Innovation
    It is high time for technological change at the intelligence agency.

VIEWPOINT
A New Trinity May Be the Future of Intelligence
    Big data, sensors and cyber could help the United States recapture its information superiority.

Empowering Electronic Warfare To Save Carrier Strike Groups
    The U.S. Navy needs an integrated approach to improve antiship missile defense.

SENSORS
The Practical Art of Prototyping Sensors
    A university laboratory applies research for warfighters.

Wearables Find Easy Fit With Police, Troops
    Smart apparel can signal when someone is in distress.

SATCOM
Taking Remote Control of Satellite Communications
    A U.S. Army effort lays the groundwork to transform the way WGS orbiters are managed.

CYBER SERIES
The Cyber Implications of Acquisition Speed: Part V
    Software vendors should support government products in the same way they support commercial products.

70 YEARS OF 'SIGNAL'
Different Wars Change Signals
    A veteran of World War II and the Korean War shares how the dissimilar conflicts shaped military communications.

SPECIAL REPORT: AFCEA’S 70TH ANNIVERSARY
Seven Decades of AFCEA and SIGNAL Magazine

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
How Pokemon Is Go-ing to Transform Cyber Training

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
The Past as a Preview of the Future

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
AFCEA Educational Foundation Continues Legacy of Excellence in Education

INCOMING
Entrepreneurship Can Make America Stronger